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Death of Two Denali Park Wolves Has Biologist Asking For More Protection

May 23, 2012 | Wolves / Hunting & Wildlife Management

By Abby Hancock
Channel 2 News

May 22, 2012

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska-
The trapping death of two wolves that belonged to one of Denali National Park's largest and most-seen wolf packs, in an area directly adjacent to one of the park's boundaries, has a conservation biologist calling for action.

Rick Steiner says he written Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Cora Campbell to request an emergency closure to wolf kills in an area just outside the northeast boundary of Denali National Park.

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why cant you go over the boards head,turn this over to the feds,from all the posts i saw about Coke Wallace, he,s not well liked in Denali, i bet the IRS would like to look at his books, i doubt he's claiming all that money he's charging for his safaris, and speaking about that, only one type of person has that type of disposable income to go on these hunts, i bet the FBI and DEA would like to look at his clients list. i will also bet a lot of those animals on his website were poached.maybe it's time to bring in the feds to end all this good ol boy buddy system there running up there. i know when we bring down a dog fighter, we hit him with everything in our arsenal, they're going to jail, no if ands or buts, your readers only have to make a anonymous tip to get things rolling, something to think about.

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